When Ephraim learns of a Fountain of Youth, he’s sure it will heal his dad. But he’ll need help from new friends Mallory and Will, who have their doubts. Black-and-white illustrations.
Crash and Burn by Michael Hassan
Steven “Crash” Crashinsky saved his high school from David “Burn” Burnett’s terrorist attack. But long before then, their lives were fatefully linked.
When We Wake by Karen Healey
Killed at sixteen, Tegan is cryonically frozen and revived a century later. As she adjusts to her new life, she learns of an alarming plot behind her resurrection.
Playing Favorites by Trevor Kew
Gavin is disappointed to learn that his new high school has no soccer team. Can he organize and lead a real team, or is rival Craig right to call them “losers”?
Black Ice by Andrew Lane
Series: Sherlock Holmes: The Legend Begins, Book 3 When Sherlock and his tutor arrive at Mycroft’s club, they expect lunch and conversation. Instead, they find a locked room, a dead body, and a knife in Mycroft’s hand.
Hattie Ever After by Kirby Larson
The sequel to Hattie Big Sky Hattie moves to San Francisco, hoping to become a reporter and to find Ruby, a mysterious woman from her uncle Chester’s past. Author’s note.
Rotten by Michael Northrop
J. D. won’t tell anyone where he went this summer. But, when a classmate provokes J. D.’s dog to attack him, J. D. hopes he can barter his secret for his dog’s life.
Poseidon: Earth Shaker: Olympians by George O 'Connor
Temperamental, powerful, and often misunderstood, Poseidon is one of the most intriguing Olympians. A beautiful and thrilling account of the god of the sea.
Case File 13: Zombie Kid by J. Scott Savage
Nick is obsessed with monsters, so when he goes to a great-aunt’s funeral, he’s thrilled to find voodoo relics, including an amulet that turns him into a zombie.
The Bird King: An Artist’s Notebook by Shaun Tan
“Organic ‘cogs’ and machine parts,” “language of the sea,” “ancient ones.” Shaun Tan’s notebooks contain the kind of sad, whimsical creations fans love in his books. Black-and-white and full-color illustrations.
Mind Games by Kiersten White
Fia cannot think. If she thinks, her twin sister Annie will be able to See what she is about to do. And Fia is planning to do some very bad things.